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Brazil's president names 13 cabinet members

BRASILIA, Dec. 24 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has announced the names of 13 members of her second-term cabinet, media reported Wednesday. The list made public by the president's office includes six ministers who belong to the ... Xinhua News Agency, 3 hours ago
XINHUA - Brazil's president names 13 cabinet members Namibia Press Agency, 3 hours ago

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Brazil may hike interest rates

BRASILIA: Brazil's central bank sees inflation remaining above the 4.5 per cent centre of its official target for the next two years, hinting it could keep the aggressive pace of interest rate hikes to ease price increases in the future. In its ...
 The Gulf Today9 hours ago Brazil's central bank director hints at another steep rate hike  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago Brazil central bank signals another steep interest rate hike  Reuters1 day ago Brazil central bank signals smaller interest rate hike  Yahoo! Finance1 week ago
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Brazil leader names 13 new ministers

Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff speaks during breakfast with media at the Planalto Palace in Brasilia December 22, 2014.[Photo/Agencies] SAO PAULO - Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff has named 13 of the new ministers who will serve during her ...
 CHINAdaily1 day ago Brazil's Rousseff picks allies for second-term cabinet  Yahoo! Finance1 day ago Rousseff wins, but women marginal in Brazilian politics  Business Standard1 month ago
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For Brazil's Economy Next Year, Prices Go Higher

The Petrobras scandal and a more austere Dilma Rousseff administration in Brasilia promises to keep the country's economy in slow growth mode again next year, according to a Central Bank survey. To make matters worse, inflation is not expected to ...
 Forbes.com1 day ago
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Ex Petrobras manager says she spoke with CEO about anomalies

BRASILIA, Brazil President Dilma Rousseff on Monday sharply defended the chief executive officer of the Brazil's state-run oil company despite allegations she was told years ago about some of the irregularities that are ballooning into the nation's ...
 FOXNews.com2 days ago Brazil's Rousseff stands by Petrobras CEO, says pessimism overblown  Reuters Africa2 days ago Brazilian President Ratifies Support to Petrobras Chief  Prensa Latina2 days ago UPDATE 3-Brazil's Rousseff stands by Petrobras CEO, says pessimism overblown  Reuters UK2 days ago
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U.S. Women's Soccer Team Finishes Second In Brasilia Tournament

The U.S. Brazil and the U.S. Entering in to the tournament it was the world's top-ranked team and was using these games as a warm-up to next year's World Cup. defense stymied her attacks and the Americans were dominant in the second half with ...
 Austin American Statesman3 days ago USWNT: Marta hat trick dooms US to 3-2 loss to Brazil at Brasilia International Tournament  Noodls1 week ago US women open Brasilia tournament with underwhelming draw with China  Austin American Statesman2 weeks ago US women's soccer team draws China 1-1 in opener of Brazil tournament  FOXNews.com2 weeks ago
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Rousseff foresees "drastic" economic measures in 2015

BRASILIA, Dec. 22 (Xinhua) -- Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff admitted on Monday that her government will have to take "drastic" economic measures in 2015 to cut spending. However, the belt-tightening measures should not "affect social programs", ...
 Xinhua News Agency2 days ago Brazilian Government to Take Drastic Measures to Resume Development  Prensa Latina2 days ago XINHUA - Rousseff foresees "drastic" economic measures in 2015  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago Brazil May Take Drastic Economic Measures in 2015  Radio Habana Cuba1 day ago

Brazil beat China to book showdown with US

BRASILIA - Brazil advanced to the final of the international women's soccer tournament of Brasilia with a 4-1 victory over China here on Thursday. The competition hosts will play for the title on Sunday against the United States, who earlier ...
 CHINAdaily.com.cn2 days ago XINHUA - Brazil beat China to book showdown with US  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago
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Miami Herald

Brazil draws with US to win home tournament

Brazil's women's soccer team drew 0-0 with the United States on Sunday to win the International Tournament of Brasilia. Brazil had the tiebreaker in the final because it finished with the best result in group play at the four-team competition in ...
 Miami Herald3 days ago WNT Ties Brazil 0-0 in Title Game at International Tournament of Brasilia  Noodls3 days ago WNT Defeats Argentina 7-0 in Group Finale of International Tournament of Brasilia  Noodls6 days ago Brazil draws with U.S. 0-0 at Int'l Women's Football Tournament  Xinhua News Agency3 days ago
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Petrobras CEO Gets Rousseff Backing on Resignation Calls

Brazil President Dilma Rousseff rejected calls to oust Petroleo Brasileiro SA (PETR4) Chief Executive Officer Maria das Gracas Foster, saying she's an "ethical person" who has the credibility to continue running the state-controlled oil producer. ...
 BusinessWeek2 days ago
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